Three killed, seven missing in China gas explosion

No fewer than three persons were killed, while seven remain out of contact,
following a gas outburst in a southwest China colliery, local authorities said
on Tuesday.

The accident happened at around 7 p.m. Sunday at the Xintian Coal Mine in
Qianxi County, Guizhou Province. A gas outburst occurred in a mine pit, where
134 people were working, according to initial investigations.

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Rescuers managed to pull 126 out of the groove, with 13 of them injured. Two
of the injured died after emergency treatment failed.

As of 9:40 a.m. Tuesday, firefighters have found one body out of the missing
eight. Rescue efforts for the remaining seven are still under way.

The colliery, which is under the Yonggui Energy Development Co. Ltd, has an
annual capacity of 600,000 tonnes.

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Victor Ndah

OMG! may God help the missing ones to be found, and my condolence to the dead victims…


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